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VDI presentation by Mitch Garvis

From: Sean W.
Sent on: Sunday, May 20, 2012 3:07 PM

Hey folks,

While this event isn't about SharePoint, it is Microsoft focused (Windows, etc.).  Free Food and Knowledge. Yum.  ;)

Microsoft has asked me to host this event and bring Mitch Garvis (MVP) to town to present on “Managing VDI”.

To register for the event, please visit the following:

Here’s the event summary. Maybe see you there!



Ps. Please pass this along to anyone that you think might be interested in this event.


Architecting and Supporting the Back-End Infrastructure for the Consumerization of IT

This two-hour session will show you how to plan for, build, and manage your VDI environment on Microsoft’s Hyper-V, using Citrix’s Xen Desktop and System Center Virtual Machine Manager to manage it, including creating templates, easy provisioning, and improving the end-user experience.

Come see how you can make your life easier while giving the end user what they want in a safe and secure way!

Note: This is a free event and refreshments will be provided.

Mitch Garvis is a Renaissance Man of the IT world.  Aside from being a partner with SWMI Consulting Group, he is a Virtual Partner Technology Advisor for Microsoft Canada and has contributed to numerous certification exams for Microsoft Learning.  He seems to collect certifications, and trains on a variety of topics including System Center, server virtualization, desktop deployment, and security.  We think that parts of Windows 7 really were his idea.  You can read his blog at, or follow him on Twitter as @MGarvis.  He makes his home outside Toronto where he has one wife, two kids, two dogs, and two minutes to himself per day.

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